Posted by The Events Editorial Team
05. Apr, 2012
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The G3 Artspace in Parkdale is a brand spanking new gallery dedicated to showing contemporary work by emerging and established artists. It’s also pretty whiz-bang and has transparent viewing walls where digital work can be seen from inside and outside the gallery (a must have item for any discerning Bond villain.)
G3′s first exhibition is Requiem by Melbourne artist Megan Evans, a bee-themed exhibition of some 500 photographs, five DVDs and an immense pastel chalk drawing. One of the DVDs will be projected on the aforementioned window screen. Be there or bee square.
WHEN: Exhibition runs until May 19
WHERE: 64 Parkers Road Parkdale
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